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Kalypso Media are pleased to announce their next popular title – “Ceville”. The action-packed Point & Click adventure will be hitting the shelves in the UK later this year.

Ceville, the tyrant and ruler of the fairy-tale realm of Faeryanis is in danger, the peasant and citizens have revolted against his authoritarian regime and have driven him out of the realm. The kindhearted Queen Gwendolyn now reigns over the kingdom with a council of noble and wise counsellors to assist her.

But the peace is not long-lasting, the treacherous Basilius - counsellor of Gwendolyn and of Ceville before her - plans to murder queen Gwendolyn, take the crown and subdue the realm with the help of murderous beasts he summons from the planes of eternal darkness. All seems lost! But hope resides with the one most unlikely person imaginable to save the kingdom and restore peace to the realm: Ceville, the realm's former despotic ruler...

Choose to play Ceville himself or alternatively select, Ambrosius, the pompous and self-important knight or Lilly, a quirky, but kind and gentle girl…

Ceville is developed by the young & enthusiastic “Boxed Dream” studio, based in Munich, Germany
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